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of virginia, then on saturday at 1:00 p.m. at the green festival in washington d.c., the baltimore book festival at 7:00 p.m., and on sunday at noon in richmond, virginia at 7:00 p.m. in norfolk, virginia, wrapping up our virginia leg of the tour on monday night, before heading to denver for the first presidential debate. democracy now is produced by mike burke, renee feltz, aaron mate, nermeen shaikh, steve martinez, sam alcoff, hany massoud, robby karran, deena guzder, amy littlefield, martyna nogueira are our engineers. julie crosby, hugh gran, jessica goodarz. and to our camera crew, jon campenni and carlo de jesus. democracy now! i
many times i will have to say that. >> we looking at baltimore, new york city, and detroit came up. we can experiment here. >> what happened in detroit has spread throughout. there is double between the rich and poor. >> that is part of the trailer for the new documentary called "detropia." for more we're joined by the film's co-director rachel grady. she's joining us from new york city. she along with her co-director has made several films including the academy award nominated "jesus camp." welcome to "democracy now!" talk about why you chose to focus on detroit and why you called your film "detropia." >> we chose the trite publish first of all because i co- director is from the area and is a very personal film for her. as you said, as the birthplace of the middle-class, as a place that has been hard hit by a lot of issues in this country for the last 20, 30 years, we've hit detroit to look at and to try and humanize and hear from the man on the street what is happening there, what it is like to live there. we picked the name "detropia," inventing a word, which is always fun, because
in washington dc, the baltimore book festival at 7 pm, and on sunday at noon in richmond, virginia at at 7 pm in norfolk virginia, wrapping up our virginia leg of the tour at virginia tech in blacksburg on monday night, before heading to denver for the first presidential debate.
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. catherine parrish: i've been right here in baltimore city the whole time i've practiced, and as kids grow up, they feel that they need to trust someone. and you know, it's hard to trust your mom or dad when you're a teenager. i think we've all been there. it's not because mom or dad does anything wrong, it's just you're trying to find yourself at that age and maybe, mom or dad doesn't know what that is and you haven't figured out you can trust them. and so i become the person they can trust. and many kids come to me between the ages of 12 and 18 to tell me about experimenting with sex or drugs and to hear what i have to say about that. and if i say the right thing, many of them don't continue to experiment that way. they do trust my opinion. a recent study found that nearly 1/2 of teenagers received no counseling during their doctor's visit, and only 3% received information on issues such as smoking, sexually transmitted diseases and weight control. but those are precisely the areas in which teens make poor choices and put their health at risk. catherine parrish: i think probably the biggest
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